Join RHD Steve on Monday nights at 6pm for a Carlyle group run to the Hudson River Path! We'll meet each Monday in the courtyard from Sept. 24 to Nov. 26 (Join us for as many times as you want, you do not need to commit to every week!) After each run, for those who are interested, enjoy a free smoothie from Liquiteria during the walk back to Carlyle.
Join RA Sophia and Lauren for a trip to the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)!
The Museum promotes dialogue and understanding among people of all cultural backgrounds, bringing 160 years of Chinese American history to vivid life through its innovative exhibitions, educational and cultural programs.Afterwards, we'll be buying some pastries and buns to eat on our way back to Carlyle!
Spots are limited, sign up below! Don't forget to bring your MetroCard (if cash flow is low, let us know!).
Join Ra Emilio on Sunday 11/25 for some Ice Cream and to visit Andy Warhol's new exhibition at the Whitney! We have to go before it gets too cold to go out and before the last stretch of the semester! We will walk to Chelsea market and get some delicious gelato, and from there to the Whitney and see "Andy Warhol from A to B and back". Check out some of the exhibition here: https://whitney.org/Exhibitions/AndyWarhol#exhibition-artworks.
Join Embassy for a night of face masks, cupcakes, and a screening of inside out! We will have an open discussion about mental health and all the ways to practice self-care. Remember - BYOPAP - bring your own Pajamas and Pillows!
*Residents must sleep in their own apartments/can’t sleep in the C2 Lounge!
Join RA's Daniel and Arlene at Upright Citizens' Brigade to see the Astronomy Club, an improv group focused on issues of race in today's culture! Spots are limited so sign up today at nyucarlyle.com
Join Embassy in helping reduce food insecurity in NYC as we partner with the NY Common Pantry to collect non-perishable food to give back to the larger community. Each item you donate will provide you with a chance to win an opportunity to see Chicago on Broadway!
Join other Carlyle and TRUE residents for some fall fun at Alstede’s Farm! Enjoy some final fall festivities, pick apples, take photos and enjoy a day away from the city!
*Please note - the cost of any apples that residents would like to take home will be the responsibility of each individual resident.
Join RA Lauren and volunteer to care for NYC street tree beds! This event is hosted by the Lower East Side Ecology Center, the Daffodil Project, and the NYC Department of Sanitation. We’ll be clearing weeds, applying compost, and planting spring daffodil bulbs at La Plaza Cultural Community Garden. Afterwards, we’ll enjoy a hot, delicious lunch from Panera!
Join Embassy to get into the Fall spirit by painting some pumpkins to spice up your apartment! There will also be cookies and apple cider for all to enjoy. The first 25 residents in attendance will be guaranteed to receive a pumpkin to paint; supplies will be limited and distributed on a first come, first serve basis!
Join FFIR Greg to hear the Carlos Henriquez Octet, one of the great Latin jazz ensembles in the world, at Dizzy’s Club at Lincoln Center, one of the most beautiful jazz clubs in NYC. Music starts at 9:30, but we will get there early (8:45) to get a good table, enjoy the spectacular view of Columbus Circle and Central Park, and order some food and soft drinks. Spaces are limited. Meet in C3 Lobby at 8:00 PM.
FFIR Lorena invites you to join her at Twig for a class about plants! Learn alllllll about houseplants as we discuss the different types, how to maintain them, repot them, and how to propagate! Of course, you'll be learning hands-on as you plant your own houseplant family. You'll be taking two planters home with you - enough for the most adorable little arrangement designed to thrive in any shady to indirect-sun locale - even artificial light! Carry bag and hand-out provided as well. Request a spot here!
Join RAs Arlene, Kendall, and Ta’riq for a viewing of The Hate U Give, which tells the story of 16-year-old Starr Carter, who moves between two worlds: the poor neighborhood where she lives and the fancy suburban prep school she attends. Afterwards, join us for a discussion over Insomnia cookies!
Join RA Lauren in attending a screening of the film Class Divide, sponsored by the NYU Center for Student Life's Service Film Series! Class Divide is a great 2016 documentary that explores the widening gap of inequality in the West Chelsea neighborhood of New York, focusing on an intersection where an elite private school sits directly across the street from public housing projects. There will be plenty of free food and discussion of related volunteer opportunities!
Surprise your family and friends by sending them a NYC postcard through the actual mail (not email)! Stop by the C3-lobby to say hi to FFIR Lorena and her dog Lucia. They will provide you with a selection of postcards and stamps. All you have to do is write your note. She will even mail the postcard for you!
Consider applying to compete in Carlyle’s Preliminary Ultra Violet Live on Thursday, November 15th at 8PM in the C2 Lounge. Performer applications are due by 11/4 at 11:59PM.
The winner in Carlyle’s competition will have a chance to go on to compete at the university-wide event in Skirball this February, as well as will receive a $100 Amazon Shopping Credit for winning! This year’s theme is: A Rising Star. You won’t want to miss out on this opportunity!
Join RAs Sophia and Alex for a picnic and walk in the Ramble in Central Park, followed by a lunch-time picnic. Described by Frederick Law Olmsted as a "wild garden", the Ramble's maze of trails amidst its abundant flora and fauna contrasts spectacularly with the formality of nearby attractions. The walking route is about 1.5 miles and will take around 2 hours.
Join RA Lauren for a visit to the Fashion Institute of Technology's Museum! The new exhibition "Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful Color" showcases men’s, women’s, and children’s pink clothing from global cultures — including India, Africa, Mexico, and Japan — in a historical context, exploring popular misconceptions, symbolic codings, and evolving perspectives of the color. In addition to the clothing and accessories on display, there is an installation of pink toys, dress-up clothes, and other gendered products dating from the 1950s to the present. After coming back to Carlyle, we'll discuss the exhibit over slices of homemade mille crepe cake! Spots are limited, sign up below!